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Once Upon a Time in China II (Tsui Hark, 1992)

« When we are young, we learn the myths. And we interpret them as we get older. After all, we see they are just myths. » – Lu Haodong… 934 mots de plus

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Once Upon a Time in China (Tsui Hark, 1991)

Tsui Hark is the John Ford of Chinese cinema, and Once Upon a Time in China is his Stagecoach. Not only does it redefine a genre on the cusp of its rebirth (in this case the period martial arts film, which had lain dormant through the late 80s much as the Western had been relegated to cheap serials through the 1930s), but it expresses a total historical vision entirely through archetypes, which are by turns deepened and confounded. 1 335 mots de plus

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[Movie] Stephen Chow and Tsui Hark's Journey to the West 2: The Demons Strike Back Masterpost

Journey to the West 2: The Demons Strike Back is a highly anticipated comedy adventure film that is the sequel to China’s biggest movie of 2013, Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons. 271 mots de plus

Kris Wu

The Killer (1989) Film Mini Review

Merry Christmas guys! With this review, its gonna be number 20th films being reviewed. And now this is back to the classic Hong Kong action film during the Golden era of the industry. 412 mots de plus

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Double Team (1997)

Try to think back to a time before he started making baffling political affiliations with North Korea & Donald Trump; Dennis Rodman was a pretty cool dude. 1 269 mots de plus

Brandon Ledet

REVIEW: The Taking of Tiger Mountain (2014)

2014, Bona FIlm Group/Distribution Workshop/August First Film/Wanda Media

Director:
Tsui Hark
Producers:
Nansun Shi
Yu Dong
Huang Jianxin
Writers:
Huang Xin (screenplay) 967 mots de plus

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